The DHLAB Trajectory
This visualisation represents the research activity of the Digital Humanities Lab through publications and co-authorship. Vertical disposition is ordered by time: each layer is a different year of publications, from the lab’s foundation to nowadays. The layers displays the collaboration networks: two researchers are linked if they published together. The vertical trajectories represent the activity of a researcher through the time. The authors position is fix in the space. As consequence, the trajectories become a linear representation of collaborations continuity. The laboratory is here transformed in a geometrical structure which evolves in time despite the members instability.
Bibliography : Bruno Latour. An Inquiry into Modes of Existence, Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 2013. Tim Ingold. Lines, A Brief History of Lines, London, Routledge, 2007. Isabel Meirelles. Design for Information. Rockport Publishers, 2013.
Record created on 2015-07-08, modified on 2016-08-09